Once Upon a Time…

… a group of fellow travelers, with much aide from their good neighbors, set about creating a film …

Ember Days” is a fantasy/action, community-powered art project, shot in Washington in the fall of 2010 as the brain-child of writer/director Sean-Michael Argo. The project is the result of an awesome effort from the pagan and arts community in the Pacific Northwest, Arkansas, and Texas too. Made for less than $35K, Ember Days is a true micro-budget film, daring to tell a story much bigger than its budget.

… and now …

Our story is told with limitless imagination, ripped free of all budgetary and worldly constraints. Go deeper into the world of warring gods, angels and the faerie with the novelization, exclusively on Amazon!

Ember-Days-Cover-Only-1-300 Make Your Choice.

 

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Back in the Saddle

Met a girl in St. Louis and fell in love. Her name is Bekah Kelso. With lots of help from Sherry Kirk and SJ Tucker I directed the feature film Ember Days in Washington followed by Sineaters in Arkansas. Worked a few military jobs doing art department for culture/combat immersion training. Wrote a book called As Above So Below which is full of old & new film scripts and tales of failure & glory in the movie business, finished several others (though I’m already planning some re-writes). Moved to Tacoma, WA. Worked as a craft service grunt for the web-series Journey Quest. Moved out of Tacoma and back to Arkansas upon finding out that Bekah was pregnant. She is back in Texas with family and I’m shipping out to another military job on monday in Washington. Oh, and post-production for Cthulhu Blues Productions and sales/marketing for Dark Roast Releasing never stopped for a second. August 2010 through May 2012 has been one wild time.